The Jordanian security said that calm prevails in some areas of the Naour Brigade, south of the capital, Amman, after protests from supporters of the dismissed MP Osama Al-Ajarmeh, who was voted by the House of Representatives to dismiss him after statements deemed offensive to the Council and King Abdullah II.
Some areas of the Naour Brigade witnessed protest movements from time to time by Al-Ajarma supporters, as well as confrontations with the security forces and the gendarme that took many forms and moved from one place to another.
The gendarmerie forces imposed a security cordon on all the neighborhoods of Naour, and the security confirmed that no gatherings would be allowed that violated the law.
108 deputies out of 119 who attended the session voted in favor of the decision to dismiss Al-Ajarma, and the government had preceded the parliament’s session with a statement warning that it would deal firmly with any illegal gatherings and manifestations.
In the background of the crisis, the director of Al Jazeera’s office in Amman, Hassan Al-Shobaki, reported that the House of Representatives considered that Al-Ajarma insulted him, and he was asked to apologize, but he did not do according to his colleagues, so his membership was frozen, so that matters took an escalating path through the features of tribal polarization and criticism of the ruling approach, accompanied by official and security concerns. At a time when the state is preparing to announce a new reform and political path at the end of this month.